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The Thames Valley is home to many magnificent landscapes and is a great destination to visit at any time of year. We feature Oxford, Henley- on-Thames and ‘Midsomer Murders’ Country. A visit to Dorney Court Manor & Wallingford Museum.
Just six miles from the bright lights of Blackpool, Lytham and St Annes areworlds apart in both character and atmosphere. The dual seaside towns arenestled along a picturesque stretch of coastline lined with well tended lawns, aboating lake and pretty parks. Set back from the coast, in the shadow of PendleHill, lie pretty villages which tell a story of intrigue and witchcraft. Over 400years later, you have the chance to follow the journey taken by the accusedwitches, to learn about their lives and the trial that made British history.
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England’s most northerly region is known by many as the “Border Country” as it combines the four counties of Cleveland, Durham, Northumberland and Tyne & Wear. Northumberland boasts an infinite variety of landscape from desolate moors to rugged hills as well as eighty miles of coastline, two-thirds of which has been designated an area of outstanding beauty.
One of the largest floral carnivals in Europe. The floats are works of art with designs a closely guarded secret right up to the grand reveal on Battle itself. Islanders of all ages work tirelessly for months getting the floats ready; whether that be cutting fresh flowers (predominantly chrysanthemums, shipped in from the UK and Holland as well as locally grown asters), or preparing dried flowers to make intricate pattern and designs.
As the premier town in North Devon you’ll find great bars, great restaurants and big name high street shopping. But that’s not what makes Barnstaple special, that’s done by the independent boutique shops within the town, the proud local food producers selling their delicious delicacies in the Pannier Market and the town’s colourful history. It’s this mix of new and old, of modern and traditional that’s behind Barnstaple’s charm.